Groundcover

Mondo grass is an evergreen perennial that typically forms a clump 8-12” tall and as wide of narrow, grass-like, dark green leaves. Foliage is like that of Liriope, but leaves are narrower and more refined. Small, bell-shaped flowers are white to lilac-tinted that bloom in summer atop leafless stalks. Flowers are followed by round, pea-sized, blueish black berries. Flowers and fruits are partially hidden by the foliage. This plant is ornamentally grown for its grass-like leaves.